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Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) works to create a better cancer journey for Australians with breast cancer
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It's National Volunteer Week! We'd like to thank all of our amazing volunteers for their commitment to BCNA to allow us to continue supporting all Australians affected by breast cancer. Want to get involved? Find out more
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BCNA May 19
Today is International Clinical Trials Day, a day to recognise the important role clinical trials play in leading to new treatments and care. Most of the major breast cancer treatment advances are based on results of clinical trials. Read more
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BCNA May 12
BCNA welcomes today’s announcement by the Australian Government to fund compression garments for people who develop following a diagnosis after this emerged as a key recommendation from our State of the Nation report released last year.
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BCNA May 9
has been a huge supporter of BCNA for the past decade! On behalf of all Australians affected by , thank you to , The Footy Show (particularly those behind the show) and for raising vital funds and awareness of our work!
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BCNA May 9
We couldn’t agree more!
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BreastCancerTrials May 9
On the Breast Cancer Trials Podcast, Associate Professor Nicholas Wilcken discusses the visible and non-visible symptoms of breast cancer. Listen to the full episode by searching 'Breast Cancer Trials' where ever you listen to podcasts.
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BCNA May 8
Great work ! What great photos!
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BCNA May 8
Thanks so much for your support
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Studio 10 May 2
Facebook has banned an advertising campaign promoting breast cancer awareness as it violates the platform's nudity policy. "To be told by Facebook it's too nude – it's outrageous," says CEO Kirsten Pilatti.
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Sky News Australia May 2
. CEO Kristen Pilatti on FB' ad campaign ban: We haven't had an adequate response from as to why we can have the images on our Facebook page, but they won't help us promote it in a campaign with . MORE:
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BCNA May 2
In a very bold campaign, and alongside our ‘breast friends’ yesterday we launched our annual Pink Bun Campaign. Facebook has come under fire for rejecting the campaign ads featuring survivors without their t-shirts on, claiming they violated the nudity policy.
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BCNA May 1
Did you see this morning? The amazing Lindsey and Rebecca, who star in our 2019 Pink Bun campaign, talk about the importance of support from 'breast friends' when you’re going through breast cancer.
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BCNA May 1
The annual Pink Bun campaign has begun and this year BCNA and are highlighting the importance of support. Buy a Pink Fun Bun and 100% of the sale comes to BCNA! Read more
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BCNA Apr 15
BCNA members Kylie and Melissa share their experience of huge out-of-pocket costs after being diagnosed with on last night
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BCNA Apr 10
Find out what health reforms have been put on the table for Australians with cancer in the lead up to the Federal Election at
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BCNA Apr 9
Recently there has been a lot of announcements made by both the Federal Government and Opposition that will have a very real and positive impact on Australians with breast cancer – read our full overview at
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Shelley Heaney Apr 2
Thank you . You listened. To all those women who are active post mastectomy. Yes, we do exercise after breast cancer and yes, we do need support. Beyond excited to wear this to gym tomorrow!
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BCNA Apr 2
Libby shares her story - and the stories of other young women - who have faced significant out-of-pocket costs after being diagnosed with breast cancer under the age of 40. Read her story
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BCNA Apr 1
BCNA supports people with to live life to the fullest – regardless of where they are in their cancer journey. Living well with cancer means making informed choices about your treatment and planning ahead. Read more
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BCNA Apr 1
Replying to @drcampbelllloyd
Thank you for this heads up. The commitment BCNA was given was that breast reconstruction after breast cancer surgery would be covered in the Bronze tier. We will follow this up.
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